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November 21, 1920 - Image 2

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J./.si-Ii~~s FoN~ for the rs of the week an all-starSIUEIRoePa ms
_________________________________a vivid picture of the Mexican situa-' (P~~ffI~ jrf i h
tinin an absorbing story of border II OIE N g tR b sPa
IAfter the one-night stand of Wal- (Continued from 'Page One) ;LU nd erw ear Shirts
N - - -- A - CI .~lace Reid at the Arcade, Officer 666Ca sS e tr
i~~~~~~~~~.~~ G E; i.~ ti ~L, ~ 'I z. j pinches the place for the rest of thetd thhaofheSC.AbtF ts x
weekforhisown rivte se.their object of bringing together the
Tom Moore Cops foreign students will be helped by close! Bath Robes Knit Vests
(By Edwin Rt. Meiss) Cecil Lean, who played at the Whit- Tom Moore, who plays the lead, has contact of the organizations.
weeks of ;curiosity as to her ney last week with Cleo Mayfield in established his place in the hearts of rhapotetctiityofthegretetiStr
rthe "Branded Woman" ar- the musical comedy, "Look Who's his countrymen by a pure sense of hu- PehCoats ctviy o teUreaest!
' ontdyi h esng ee"i trigarnwt htso mor and by clever acting, and the pic- practical value to students is the Em-
mal w Tal ymadge, and. will takeproae at , the Shubert-striaDetroit nt theatre htin the turization of this stage success of a ployment bureau which annually sup-Ov r o t
aboeakh raeteteMcia erplstdy few years past should be a sure ante- plies jobs which net students thou-
ode at thsandsaofthdollarscandapositionsisofoall
[ternoon at one-toirty. "aThe The scn Garrick 'has scheduled Mnau for as a dote for the grouch. sakndsAavs of olrall os vilfale
W o an i s id t h v a . e o n ee 's r n o ta ue G as ' O w in g to an u n fo rtu n ate d elay in O FF.A c n v s o l o b v i a l
nd murky past which she has appealing play, "His Honor, Abe Po- their arrival, the pictures appearing at in Ann Arbor was made this year and 2(I
tash" wth arny Benar inthethe Orpheum this week cannot be re- all work possible, secured for appli-
ite a bit of trouble in eluding,' sh"wt anyBradi h atwiha is unmee h
e cordially invites one and all, lead.' To the American public, this viewed in these columns. On Tues- cantsywhichlatrfirstonmeredllte
re the merrier, to witness this new Potash and Perlmutter play needs day, however, a special photopay cen - splIu ae er eryaltkn
uuastrofhrlf.Seinoitoutotitled "Under Northern Lights" prom-. care of.' TOQUES $1.00
the prime of youth and beauty Closing the Majestic week, from isst emotitrstnwieon ayetue
Arukeadn aer n e ensa n oceFriday and Saturday Constance Ta- In addition to the regular depart- -
hler ardetfcareandin erednsasntoco rukei madge is appearing in a return of ments of the organization in Lane iHall!
whou bre oeofgeauntrst scheulepin"Th Rond-p."Faty In Search of a Sinner." Today Mi- there are many other minor features
vharjutsepnouinosays he, never acted in as serious a c
e wide world, comedy as is this stage-famous play, (Continued on Page 4) of the work, only some of them whichGGhm&
cnbgiethspcthydsre""e same time, a few steps around but he rather likes the legitimate GIRLS ATTEJNTION! Rainwatr The industrial movies idea started byTw COP TES RS
Eck, Anita Stewart is running a movie-drama, and claims, that he shampoos, marcel waving, ranicnr- Mr. Evans is one of these, and hasITW COPEES RS
aattraction at the Majestic, should have been in it long ago. On inn, face and scalp treatment. Wigsdoearlsrvcintswy fST ESR ETM I SR E-
he thinks is pretty good. The~ looking back at some of the two reel- for runt at Mrs. S. R. Trojanowski's bn rining sentsc in tchwit ab orT T E T ANSR
tholding Anita is quite capable. ers he put out, we sort of agree with 1110 Si. University. side entrance. rnigsuet i oc ihlbr
ag such leading plyr asIhm Phone G96-W.-Adv. leaders._____________________________________
Stedman, Irving Cunijungs, Real Stars in "Picture l111i11Ilit1111111111IIO1d11111I11I1I11111111111l111IiH111i 1111111It111111111 IIN I1i11111ii1I1Qlii11lf t
Ganes Richman, while the plot Supporting Fatty in this production,=
story deals with a young cou- and perhaps taking a bigger part than ==
who is disappointed in a free he in the picture, are quite a few=-
arriage in New York Bohemia, well knowns such as Tom Forman, -
,kes a position as governess in Irving' Cummings, Wallace Beery and
family, and who becomes head Mabel Scott. Fatty says that every- = -
house when the fickle wife one knows the plot, and whoever hasn't -
with an outsider. seen the stage production has cer-w
And a Riddle, Too tainly missed a liberal education, but W fHY i as ta t nT oa
aming around tgwn, we notice he still 'has before him thetahrdnu _ -asti1e11aA oa
r one of these question mark tion" of the "Round-Up." onDVlTE
today whose, quality is not in At the Arcade on Wednesday only, y O ILS) )LITNs B a r
at doubtful, viz.: Geraldine Far- Wallace Reid plays sick in order that Louis B° a per
"The Riddle Woman." Gerald- he may have the attention of a beauti-_ TO DANEROUS .
uld not consent to be inter- ful young nurse by the name of Bebe_ prefentf-
but she conveyed word that Daniels. Wally has a lot of trouble in= PROPOSALS?I
ow s the direct reproduction accomplishing what he wants, but the _
famous drama in which Bertha picture finally comes out all right. The =-
stood behind the spotlight and only fault that the show possesses is=
it of the Sphinx, the fact that Bebe plays such a small = ANTl
Riddle Woman is the deepest part in its action. Outside of this factANI T'
)drama, and is a thrill from be- the picture is all there and acts as a-
g to end. Besides this, the pic-j good blue-chaser.
fords Geraldine (ery for short) On Wednesday and Thursday at the
t opportunity to display some Wuerth "The Green Flame" greetsE
notional talent. our eyes with 'Warren Kerrigan, while =i_
Nights, 50c to $200'Gy-a
~A R R IC Saturday Mat., 50e to $1.50 -
A. H. Woods presents
InI the Montague Glass & Goodman Comedy -vR IE"" 'y
"Hi01s Honor,4u V
Ab e Potash"'C
Original New York~i Cast
ECOND DIG WEEKStatin Sun,, Nov 21 *. -

c C U E TMt e.Sct $1r m - -
SCH-BER Mat CHARMERSo$.5 A story of a small-town girl who gets
CHAigtsRMEtR$.S OF miaxed up with the advanced thught th-
I Sa. Ma. S~ to 2.00 -roes of the natives of Greenwich Village.
_________________________WOMEN BELIEVE And she had her fill of Bohemia!
- IN FREE LOVE -- It is an intensely interesting Life study. Tfll~mt National'
~,r , fe knew more at 18_____
In the Musical Comedy Success _Y n a re ihi _
an9a ferwih ROSCOE
WITH =13-:043 UPRUG
2:00 - 3:30 Ni rak ( uand
- :0-8:30 a e ,h JH NN 1LOADED WITH THRILLS _
Cleo Mayfipeld___ ___ _ _ _

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